Tag Archives: French

Tax Proposals in the French Budget for 2019

France is proposing to transform a tax subsidy for low earners into a broad reduction in employer payroll taxes designed to fund welfare programs and implement tax cuts that will directly benefit individuals and households. The 2019 budget proposal released … Continue reading

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GWs Jacob Burns Law Library Acquires Rare French Law Collection

Acquired from the Association of the Bar of the City of New York, the collection contains 269 titles represented in nearly 600 volumes comprises the classic legal works of France from the 16th through the 19th centuries. Read more about… … Continue reading

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PERM EB3 Labor Certification Approval for French Staff Accountant Beneficiary and Research Foundation Company Petitioner in Washington DC

CASE: PERM Labor Certification    EMPLOYER:  Research Foundation in Washington, D.C.BENEFICIARY: French Staff Accountant   Our client is from France. His current employer was willing to do an immigration petition for him, third-preference. Our client has a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and … Continue reading

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French Labor Reform

The NY Times has a story on Muriel Pénicaud, the French labor minister who has been leading the charge of reforming France's labor regulations. Macron, the French President, has been trying to get reforms through for a while but has… … Continue reading

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French and Faux? Balenciaga or JFK Souvenir Shop?

You may have heard of high and low fashion styling, where we are urged to wear our diamond tiara with a Zara top.  This story is a twist on the theme, as Balenciaga offers you a way to spend some … Continue reading

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